Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony, Entertainment, Refreshments—Feb. 20, 2014
Attendees will have the pleasure of mingling with leaders in healthcare, law, and education, while enjoying refreshments and entertainment, and learning firsthand how Bryan University is transforming higher education and the lives of its students pursuing degrees in two critical, thriving industries: health and legal services.
The list of invitees includes a wide range of industry leaders and high-ranking officials representing notable organizations such as Banner Health, GE Healthcare IT, Scottsdale Healthcare, Mayo Clinic, Healthcare Visions Inc., Deloitte Consulting, HealthCare Information Management Inc., McKesson Corp., IBM, American Medical Association, American Medical Informatics Association, Universal Health Services, FitPro LLC, Arizona Spa and Wellness Association, Intel Corp., Nuix, kCura, Ipro Tech, Kiersted Systems, Cyber Search Global, RenewData, Winston & Strawn LLP, Littler Mendelson P.C., DLA Piper, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP, Pro One Media, Lovitt & Touche Inc., Liberty Mutual, Arizona Paralegal Association, City of Tempe, Tempe Chamber of Commerce, Arizona Corporation Commission, Arizona and U.S. House of Representatives, United States District Courts, Arizona Department of Education, and more.
Founded in 1940 and continuing a 70-year legacy, Bryan University emphasizes student relationship-building, beginning with the first phone call, through admissions, classes, graduation, and beyond. The institution offers a limited number of degrees, preferring quality over quantity, ensuring students receive a personalized education and are trained to be the best, by the best, for professions with exponential growth opportunities. Programs of study are designed to inform, inspire, and fully prepare students to meet and exceed the expectations of future employers. Students receive a highly interactive, expansive education that allows them to develop a portfolio documenting their skills and expertise as they work toward degrees. Plus, because the university only recruits high-ranked industry leaders as faculty and board members, students network with the “who’s who” in their industries before they even graduate.
Faculty and board members, as well as Bryan University’s administrative staff, will be in attendance at the event to lead tours of the new Tempe state-of-the-art education center, and provide information about programs of study, partnership opportunities, and the dynamic opportunities ahead for the university, its students, and the industries it serves.
Bryan University offers associate degrees in Advanced Personal Training and Exercise Science, Court Reporting, Litigation and E-Discovery Paralegal Studies, and Health Information Technology; a post-baccalaureate Graduate Certificate in E-Discovery; and a Master of Science in Applied Health Informatics. Details about the programs, coursework, career outlooks, and more are available at www.bryanuniversity.edu.
More information about Bryan University’s ribbon-cutting ceremony is available by contacting Tania Standring, firstname.lastname@example.org, 602.384.2555.
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